How to Model Muddy Roads
Muddy roads are a common site and even tarmac (asphalt) roads may have muddy verges which can use the same techniques. Adding one to your diorama or layout is easy.
This video starts off using chinchilla dust as a base and in O scale it comes out at the right size for gravel. Layers of Woodland Scenics Talus (Fine) add some large rocks and grout adds some fine mud. Add some static grass and water and the muddy road or track is complete.
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- Chinchilla Dust
- Woodland Scenics Talus (Fine)
- Tile Grout (of course)
- Airbrush or brush and paint
- Static grass and applicator
- Gloss varnish (Vallejo) and I even used a few drips of resin
The Real World
Other useful videos include:
00:10 The Real World
10:29 Final Result
11:00 Mini Kathys
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